Avoiding the Technology Traps

Ethical and strategic use of technology is a practice essential, especially in the face of cutting-edge breach attempts, increasing demands on attorneys for fast and efficient digital communication, and the promises and perils of generative AI as a practice aid.
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SKU: P2410-24R
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Even technologically proficient attorneys can find themselves lagging behind the curve when it comes to security threats, client expectations regarding the speed of responses, and the promises and perils of emerging technologies, such as generative AI. Nerino Petro explores the ethical obligations under the Rules of Professional Conduct, essential steps for securing mobile and office technologies, working with managed service providers to meet the reasonableness standard, and more. Mr. Petro’s materials provide adaptable sample fee agreement provisions for digital communication, records retention, use of AI, and cloud storage security.

Nerino Petro, Erickson Group, Inc., Rockford

Expires 3/1/2026

Even technologically proficient attorneys can find themselves lagging behind the curve when it comes to security threats, client expectations regarding the speed of responses, and the promises and perils of emerging technologies, such as generative AI. Nerino Petro explores the ethical obligations under the Rules of Professional Conduct, essential steps for securing mobile and office technologies, working with managed service providers to meet the reasonableness standard, and more. Mr. Petro’s materials provide adaptable sample fee agreement provisions for digital communication, records retention, use of AI, and cloud storage security.

Nerino Petro, Erickson Group, Inc., Rockford

Expires 3/1/2026

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